NP President Alberto Nunez Feijoo promised to repeal the Historical Memory Law and assured that he would also work to get PSOE votes so that “together we can restore memory and justice.”
This Saturday, Feijoo closed the “Miguel Angel Blanco Summer School” in the Biscay town of Ermua, which also included former president José María Aznar and Marie Mar Blanco, sister of the mayor killed by ETA in July 1997. as President of the Basque PP Carlos Iturgais.
In a speech compiled by Europa Press, he pointed out that “those who aspire to be worthy heirs of Miguel Angel Blanco” defend the rule of law and therefore accept “the anomaly that the figureheads of this terrorism are sitting in institutions that they wanted to destroy, sowing pain and horror. In any case, he added, they are “deeply disgusted that it is they who dictate the terms of democratic memory to a democratic government.” “Under these conditions, this is not memory and not democracy. This is an episode unworthy of our democracy,” the chairman of the PP stressed.
For this reason, he declared his commitment to repeal the “ill-named” Democratic Memory Law and assured that he would work “not only to get the votes of the NP and other parliamentary groups, but also the votes of the next PSOE, so that together we can restore memory and justice.
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